UK based Gambian DJ and biker Ebra Taal will on May 29th represent The Gambia at the annual Ride London. In a 2 minute video posted on his Facebook page earlier on Saturday, Mr. Taal appeals to Gambians to support and pray for him. “I’m urging everyone if you can sponsor the race. Even 1p is appreciated. We’re doing it for the Gambia. It’s gonna be televise on BBC one . I’m appealing to each and every one of you and I’m seeking prayers as well so that we can start the race and end the race without any accidents. Please, please, we are seeking prayers from each and every one of you. We are proud to represent Gambia on the 29th so we are flying The Gambian flag high.” He echoes. Ride London “RideLondon was established by the Mayor of London in 2013 as an Olympic legacy event from the 2012 London Games. After seven editions, RideLondon has grown … The iconic 100-mile distance is the longest challenge ride in the RideLondon programme. It has been part of RideLondon since it was first held in 2013, with the first seven editions starting and finishing in London with a loop of Surrey in between. Our brand new route for 2022 will see participants set off from Victoria Embankment in central London and into Essex via the historic Epping Forest. Once in Essex, riders will glide past some of the county’s most picturesque towns and villages, including Ongar, Fyfield, the Rodings and Great Dunmow, before joining a section of the 2014 Stage Three Tour de France route. That part of the course will guide riders through Felsted and around the county town of Chelmsford before heading through Writtle and back towards Ongar and central London. Once in central London, participants will then complete their ride to rapturous applause at Tower Bridge – a stunning Finish Line for the 100-mile challenge.” Source Ride London website. It’s good to see Gambians in the diaspora representing Jollof in these international programs. Keep repping the +220 bro. Congratulations Ebra Taal. GTTV sees you.